I didn’t choose the bug life

August 26, 2020

picture of the day

I have no idea what kind of bug this is, but I know I wouldn’t want to mess with it. I’ve never seen one, what ever it is, around here. It was in one of my gardens, on a Queen Anne’s Lace Flower

creepy bug
taken August 3, 2020
f-stop: f/9; exposure time: 1/125sec; ISO 1000
focal length 55mm
CANON EOS Rebel T6
available at Picfair

“Without bugs
we might all be dead.”
~ unknown

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pixels
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pinterest (Holly’s Photos)

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

You are strange
A deep sea of mystery
A tangled mix of starlight and darkness
A beautiful mess and I am devastatingly drawn to every curve of your mind
every dark part of your soul
every scar on your body
You are the epitome of art – dynamic
strange and beautiful

~ Melody Lee

take care
stay safe
much love

9 Comments on “I didn’t choose the bug life

    • Thanks. I want to think it’s a spider, but I’m not sure. So I called it a bug…until I can identify it.

      • That’s fair, I can honestly say I haven’t seen one quite like this. But it does appear spidery.

      • Thats the trouble with some mini-beasties they mimic each other and hide features well. Sometimes they can only be identified using a microscope.

  1. Pretty odd looking spider. May be a female wolf spider and that pine cone looking thing may be eggs.
    I really like the second quote, too. 🙂

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